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Pocoyo Party Supplies – The Background
Pocoyo Party Supplies are based on Pocoyo, a Spanish pre-school television series. This animated show is created by Guillermo García Carsí, Luis Gallego and David Cantolla. Pocoyo tv series is a co-production between Spanish producer Zinkia Entertainment, Granada International and Cosgrove-Hall Films. Pocoyo Party Supplies are as popular as the show.
Each episode of Pocoyo is seven-minute long. Two series have been produced, each having 52 episodes. The show is available in Spanish (Two versions – one for Spain, one for Latin America), English, Italian and Portuguese languages. The English language version is narrated by English actor and comedian Stephen Fry, the Italian version is narrated by Marco Balzarotti, the Castilian Spanish version is narrated by José María del Río and the Latin American Spanish version is narrated by Adal Ramones.
The show is about a young boy names Pocoyo. He is dressed in blue. Pocoyo is full of curiosity. The show is set in a 3D space with usually no backdrops and a plain white background. The show encourages its viewers to recognize the situations that Pocoyo is in as well as the things that are going on around him. The narrator speaks to the viewers as well as the characters. Each character has his own specific musical instrument sound and distinctive dance. In most of the episodes the characters dance in the end. In many episodes a party is also thrown.
The show was originally broadcast on CITV in the United Kingdom. Channel 5 acquired terrestrial rights of both the series of the show in September 2007 for the UK and made it part of the Milkshake! strand but the show will continue to air on the CITV Channel, a children’s strand on the ITV network. The show is aired in the Unites States by Nick Jr., in the Republic of Ireland by RTÉ, in Canada by Treehouse TV, in Australia by ABS and in New Zealand by TVNZ. In the US, the show is also brodcast on local stations KCET-TV and KLCS-TV and in Latin America Spanish language on Univision.
Pocoyo has won the Cristal Award at the 30th Annecy International Animated Film Festival in the “Best TV Production” category in 2006.
Main characters of the show Pocoyo
Pocoyo is the main character of the series on which the show is based. He is a curious young boy who loves to discover new things. He is very acrobatic and loves to play games. He moves at a very quick speed. He is always seen wearing a hat and blue clothes. His birthday is October 14 and he is currently three years old. Pato, Elly, and Loula are his best friends. He has got a vehicle called the Vamoosh which he uses to travel in the air, under the water and through space. He is very sweet and friendly and mostly in a good mood. But he is also distracted by the simplest things, highly self-centered, frequently jealous of his friends, easily frustrated and disobedient. But he is always ready to fight his flaws and learn morals. The character of Pocoyo is voiced by Montana Smedley and occasionally, by Alex Marty.
The Narrator speaks over the complete show. But he is not just a narrator strictly. He communicates directly with the characters and often physically involved in the events of the episodes. So, in the true sense, he is a heard-but-unseen character. He has a good relationship with Pocoyo. And Pocoyo is always happy to meet (hear) him.
Pato is a duck that is yellow in color. He wears only a small green hat. He loves gardening and is often found watering flowerbeds and plants. The meaning of Pato is duck in Spanish, Filipino, Tok Pisin, Portuguese and Papiamento. His cute dance and his ability to turn his beak 360 degrees has made him a favorite amongst the young children. Although Pato is friendly, he is also the most impatient and fussy character. Whenever he is disappointed or shocked his beak bends in an angle. Occasionally he loses his temper completely and starts quacking and jumping up and down and his beak starts spinning rapidly. He can become a helicopter and is used as a missile and jackhammer.
Elly is an elephant. She is pink in color. She always wears a blue back-pack. She loves making tea and biscuits. She loves her doll very much. Her birthday is May 4. Although she is big in size, she is gentle and graceful and can perform ballet dance. She loves riding her pink scooter. But she does things her way and is sometimes very bossy.
Loula is Pocoyo’s pet puppy and companion. She is orange-yellow in color. She is shown strictly a dog as she is always seen walking on all four of her legs. Sometimes she hops while walking. Originally, the character was to be a male dog and named Lucas, tribute to creator Guillermo García Carsi’s dog. But due to lack of female characters in the show, the character was created female and renamed Loula.
Sleepy Bird is a bird. she is teal-colored. She is always sleeping and even flies with her eyes closed. She can be seen active from time to time, but most often she is found snoozing or asleep.
Aliens are tripedal beings that are green, pink, and blue in color. Pocoyo finds them in space when he is searching his toy plane or is involved in other adventures. They use staccato ‘clicking’ noises to communicate with one another.
Baby Bird is the baby of Sleepy Bird. She is loud and active, unlike her mother who prefers sleeping to anything else. She is always rescued by Pocoyo whenever she gets into tricky situations.
Ball Orchestra is an orchestra group of three ball-like creatures. They play trumpet, drums and cymbals.
Butterfly is a butterfly which Pocoyo occasionally catches. She is always very hungry.
Caterpillar is yellow in color with a blue bow on top of her head. She can change herself into a butterfly and back whenever she wants. She speaks in gibberish. Baby Bird is her best friend. She slams her face forward into the ground when she is overjoyed or frustrated.
There are other secondary characters in the show as well, like, Fred the Octopus, Music Flower & The Band, Whale and Angry Aliens.
Pocoyo Party Supplies – The Options
You may select Basic Party Pack from our Pocoyo Party Supplies which includes all the stuff you need for 8 guests. Or you may go with the Deluxe Party Pack from our Pocoyo Party Supplies that has much more items than the Pocoyo Basic Pack. The Pocoyo deluxe pack is also for 8 guests. If you need favor boxes as well, I would suggest you to choose the combination of Deluxe Party Pack & 8 Favor Boxes from our Pocoyo Party Supplies as it would cost you much more if you purchase them separately. If you think that the number of guests may exceed 8 you should consider Pocoyo Party Pack Add-On as it contains extra items for the extra guests. You may order Pocoyo Party Favor Boxes separately as well.
I’ve personally used Pocoyo Party Supplies for my kid’s birthday and through my personal experience I would recommend it to all Pocoyo lover kids. The fans of the show would surely like to celebrate their birthday with Pocoyo Party Supplies.